Gold Coast high-speed pursuit: Four teens arrested in chase after allegedly stealing Maserati and Porsche

Max Corstorphan
The Nightly
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A high-speed police chase has ended with the arrest of four teen boys after they allegedly stole luxury vehicles and hit speeds of 180kms.
A high-speed police chase has ended with the arrest of four teen boys after they allegedly stole luxury vehicles and hit speeds of 180kms. Credit: Michael Wilson/WA News

Police have apprehended four teens after a high-speed police chase through Logan and the Gold Coast.

The incident began after 12pm on Sunday when a grey Maserati Grecale and a black Porsche Macan were reported stolen from a residence on Waitomo Street in Broadbeach Waters.

Law enforcement officials soon spotted both stolen vehicles heading eastbound on the Logan Motorway before police helicopters tracked the vehicles continued southbound onto the M1 Motorway.

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Unconfirmed reports have alleged the vehicles hit speeds of almost 180km/h.

Two teens were arrested when the stolen Maserati came to a halt at Cayuga Street in Nerang hitting a median strip around 3.30pm.

Shortly after, the Porsche stopped in Arundel, where police arrested another two teenage boys.

The individuals arrested were identified as a 15-year-old from Coomera, a 16-year-old from Oxenford, another 15-year-old from Coomera, and a 16-year-old from Pimpama.

Queensland Police confirmed the charges laid against the boys vary, with the 15-year-old from Coomera facing three counts each of entering a dwelling and unlawful use of a motor vehicle, as well as charges of dangerous operation of a vehicle, unlicensed driving, and possession of a dangerous drug.

The 16-year-old from Oxenford has been charged with two counts of unlawful use of a motor vehicle, along with charges of entering a dwelling, dangerous operation of a motor vehicle, and unlicensed driving.

Similarly, the 15-year-old from Coomera is charged with one count each of entering a dwelling and unlawful use of a motor vehicle.

The 16-year-old from Pimpama faces one count of unlawful use of a motor vehicle.

All four teenagers are scheduled to appear in the Southport Children’s Court on Monday.

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